Lewis Hamilton has censured three-time Formula One title holder Nelson Piquet for involving a racially
oppressive term about him in a meeting.
The 69-year-old Brazilian involved the slanderous term in a web
recording in Portuguese following last year's British Grand Prix, when title rivals Hamilton and Max Verstappen
crashed on the principal lap at Silverstone. The digital recording became exposed for this present week.
Piquet, who is the dad of Verstappen's sweetheart, Kelly, utilized a bigoted term about Hamilton while blaming
him for misusing his vehicle into the principal corner. Piquet added Hamilton was "fortunate" to go on in the race.
The seven-time best on the planet said on Twitter on Tuesday: "It's more than language. These old fashioned mentalities need to
change and have no bearing in our game. I've been encircled by these mentalities and designated for what seems like forever.